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San Ramon woman killed in Wednesday crash was longtime teacher and mother

Original post made on May 8, 2021

A longtime PE/special education teacher who lived in San Ramon died in a three-car crash at the intersection of Crow Canyon and Bollinger Canyon roads on Wednesday afternoon. Susan Guinee worked for years at Arroyo High School.

Read the full story here Web Link posted Friday, May 7, 2021, 2:27 PM

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Posted by RODGER
a resident of San Ramon
on May 8, 2021 at 5:31 pm

RODGER is a registered user.

This intersection is a minute from our home. Be prepared folks! Crow Canyon is now a parking lot and now people somehow feel if they run that light it's going to get them where? Allow them sit in traffic even faster. People now go into the right turn only lane and then go straight into the backed up traffic right in front of them. As the insane over building continues and thousands of people cutting through to the freeway its going to become common place. Yes, death at that intersection. We see near misses and people coming down out of the canyon at speeds of 60 + mph. Then equally insane people going into the canyon. My wife and I have been saying it for years....It's going to become common place for T-bones and other horrific types of crashes right there.
Run a red light at 60-70 mph to go sit in more traffic. The last bad one was when a Ford explorer was broadsided right there.
It ended up across Crow Canyon on its roof. Smashed to pieces. Severe injuries were reported.
People now speed and tailgate right in front of the police station. Or, they try to pass you as you turn left on Fountainhead dr. A kid tried that stunt on mea year ago or less. He realized it's not a good idea to pass someone on the right when the road narrows. He was just a few feet from taking off the right side of our brand new Highlander...He was perfect example of how people drive now..... Insane,texting,tailgating, run reds and sit texting at the green....Madness, pure madness...

Posted by Jeremy Walsh, editor
a resident of another community
on May 25, 2021 at 9:03 am

Jeremy Walsh, editor is a registered user.

We have been investigating a report contending that the opposite fault is what occurred, but thus far it has not been corroborated. I spoke with San Ramon PD again this week, and while their investigation is still ongoing (standard toxicology report pending), they say every indication including video evidence is that the truck driving straight on Crow Canyon had a red light and Guinee turning left had a protected green arrow when the crash occurred at the intersection. We likely won't publish a new story until the police investigation is finalized in an estimated two weeks. That said, any witnesses to the crash can contact me at [email protected] if they want to share their perspective on what happened.

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